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, and then hoeover this past week, yo combine libya and the press conference, which is polling horribly for him. the campaign shake-up yesterday that was in several publications, and then this video, very, very bad news. this is one of the worst weeks for any presidential candidate in a general election that any of us can remember around this table. >> and how dangerous, potentially, are these remarks? at one point he basically dismisses half the nation as dead beats saying i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. does this feed into the narrative that the obama campaign has been trying to push on romney all summer? >> it feeds into what jeff greenfield called the thurston howell iii candidate six months ago, david brooks is talking about it this morning. this is what's important, 47% of these quote victims mitt romney talked about, we're not going to vote for mitt romney anyway, but jeb bush and george w. bush, they would always start their campaigns in inner cities, they would talk to the truly disadvantaged, no the because they believed they
in places like egypt and libya where the median age is 17 or 18 years of age, largely illiterate, many of them, or perhaps not, but largely unemployed, they define hope as perhaps maybe the end of the week, getting to the end of the week. is that not an equal threat to our stability internationally? >> mike, there's no question about it. you know, 60% of the arab world is under the age of 25. >> wow! >> and 60%. and they're growing up in countries -- there's a famous climate scientist who's passed away, but she had a saying about climate change which also applies to the muslim world. we have exactly enough time starting now. they have exactly enough time starting now. to basically get in place the right education policies, economic reforms that will enable them to catch up with the world. i was just in china two weeks ago. and when you see that china which was behind egypt 50 years ago, china's so far ahead of egypt now, egypt can't see china. you look at the chinese olympics -- i always thought that in a subtle way the chinese olympics were one of the things that contributed to the ar
on in nearly every country across the region. in libya, you have a huge number of people who are out with signs professing their support for not just chris stevens who lost his life, you know, supporting peace and our relationship, but you have them saying, look, we apologize. same thing in several other countries. many of the leaders have expressed the same sentiments. and so i think we need to understand that as our country has local dynamics, these countries have local dynamics, too. and you have an emerging democratic movement. you also have these old regime loyalists, soccer thugs in the case of egypt, and even these, you know, more religious extreme elements where they're jockeying for power. >> what is it about america? why do they attack so violently, these groups? >> america is a symbol, right? america is a symbol. look who's keeping it up now. nasrallah in lebanon saying go out, protest. this guy is a supporter of bash bashar al assad, he grew up the barracks in lebanon, al qaeda in yemen. it is the most reactionary elements that are still trying to drive this thing and exploit this s
very dangerous missions over libya during that conflict. in addition to all the missions they've flown over afghanistan, the british, according to thomas sanderson, have never lost an apache helicopter in any of these wars. but make no mistake, they fly very aggressive missions and this is a dangerous deployment for him. >> let's hope prince harry is okay and all of those nato troops are okay as well. thanks very much, brian. >>> mitt romney promising to cut individual tax rates for everyone. we're taking a closer look at his plan to see how the numbers are stacking up. great shot. how did the nba become the hottest league on the planet? by building on the cisco intelligent network they're able to serve up live video, and instant replays, creating fans from berlin to beijing. what can we help you build? nice shot kid. the nba around the world built by the only company that could. cisco. i was born with scoliosis. without shriners hospitals, my life would be completely different. they gave me my future back. send your love to the rescue. donate to shriners hospitals, today. >>> mitt rom
of freedom, including standing with the people of libya that are finally free from muammar gaddafi. around the world there is a new attitude toward america. new confidence in our leadership. when people are asked, which country do you admire most? one nation always comes out on top. the united states of america. [applause] and that is the progress that we have made, thanks to your incredible service. we are winding down a decade of war, we are destroying terrorist networks that attacked us, and we have restored american leadership. today, every american can be proud that the united states is safer, the united states is stronger, and the united states is more respected in the world. when i was here last, i made you a pledge. i said, as president, i would insist that america serve you and your families as well as you have served us. and there again, i meant what i said. part of ending war responsibly is caring for those who fought in them. that is why i wanted to come back on this anniversary to reaffirm our solemn obligation to your families. you see, we may be turning a page on a decade of
, libya, is this a continuation of that or is there a different dynamic? >> reporter: it is a continuation of that. we should mention it is the longest and one of the deadliest arab springs. at least 25,000 have been killed so far, and the international community is at a loss how to stop it, matt. >> ann curry on the syrian border. see more of ann's coverage from syria all week on "today" and on "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> a check of the other top stories. natalie morales. >> good morning. a spokesman for the taliban tells nbc news they have a plan to kidnap or kill prince harry who is currently deployed in afghanistan. nbc's atee a aboy ee has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. the taliban spokesperson said they referred to the british prince as a precious bird. they said their priority is to abduct him. if that doesn't work, they will kill him, using supervise in the afghan security forces referring to in filtration to keep tabs on prince harry and his whereabouts. they also say they will continue to fire rocket propelled grenades at apache heli
this past week, it's been absolutely remarkable. you combine libya and the press conference which is polling horribly for him, the campaign shakeup yesterday that was in several publications, and then this video, very, very bad news. this is one of the worst weeks for any presidential candidate in a general election that any of us can remember around this table. >> and how dangerous potentially are these remarks? at one point he basically dismisses half the nation as deadbeats saying i'll never convince them that they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. does this feed into the very narrative that the obama campaign is trying to push on romney all summer? >> feeds into what jeff greenfield called the thurston howell iii candidate, david brooks is talking about it this morning. listen, this what's important. 47% of these, quote, victims that mitt romney talked about, were not going to vote for mitt romney anyway, but jeb bush and george w. bush, when they campaigned, they would always start their campaigns in inner cities. they would always go talk to the truly disadv
and staff in libya. over an amateur-ish anti-islamic film trailer online. france is acting quickly, already closing some schools in tunisia, indonesia, planning on shutting down embassies, cultural centers on friday, and at least 20 consults appearing violent. wednesday, attackers threw a small bomb into a kosher grocery outside paris causing minor injuries. the editor of the cartoons has said if you don't like them, go to court over it, referencing what prince william and kate did through lawyers this week winning against a magazine that ran topless photos of kate. and that is what others are doing, at least two muslim groups have filed suit saying the images incited hate. >> how far can we go? can we, indeed, go too far? that's what this story is about. >> reporter: in europe, running those cartoons can carry mortal risk. in denmark in 2005, over a period of years protests, arson, and embassy bombings, dozens killed, murder plots against the cartoonist. there was a murder plot and attack against a swedish cartoonist whom with others insist free expression cannot give in. >> reporter: some
in libya yesterday with mainstream moderate libyan democrat took on the bad guys themselves. that's a great thing, a wonderful sign, and a hopeful sign for the future. >> host: michael, anything to add to that viewer in atlanta? >> guest: yes. we both believe that it is important for the united states to play an expansive role, important for america and people of other countries, and that costs money, and it's going to be difficult to find the money with whars coming. the wars we fought in the last decade in afghanistan and iraq, they were expensive, controversial, probably always be controversial, but we ought to recognize as well that the biggest obligations we have, the greatest pressure on taxpayers and on our fiscal policy comes not from those wars or policies people disagree about, but the policies we all believe in, programs everybody wants, namely social security and especially medicare, and unless and until we find ways to reform those programs to make them more affordable, we're going to continue to have trouble, both abroad and at home. >> host: and the last call for our two gues
people and you also have in libya, for example, after the tragic death of your ambassador there, thousands of people coming out protesting against the killers and demanding action taken against them so, you know, in the end, you've got to see this as a long struggle in which we've got to be on the side of the decent people, and there are decent people out there. >> but we do worry what the result of the arab spring has been. mohamed morsi, the new president of egypt, gave an interview in advance of him coming to new york this week, and he said this. by backing dictatorial governments in the past, the quote, successive american administrations essentially purchased with american taxpayer money the dislike, if not the hatred, of the peoples of the region. how do you feel about that? >> well, i feel about that that, you know, there are actually most of the governments of the world dealt with, for example, president mubarak in egypt and by the way for perfectly sensible reasons, my government did as well. look, again, what you will find in all of these countries is they have thrown
to the campaign. earlier this month, when that violence broke out at u.s. diplomatic outposts in libya and egypt. romney jones to accuse obama of disgraceful -- jumped to accuse obama of disgraceful handling of the situation, including sympathizing with those who waged the attacks instead of condemning them and making a "apology for american principles." we fact checked that, and we pointed out that neither an unofficial statement from the cairo embassy nor statements from secretary of state hillary clinton nor obama's own statement contained any sympathy for the attackers if you read the plain language of them. the administration's condemnation of religious incitement on the anti-muslim from did not come anywhere close to being an apology by any definition. i have a feeling that romney stands ready to apply this overly broad definition of apology at any opportunity in the debates or during the endgame of the campaign. >> thank you, jim. before i make my own prediction, i want to know something kind of remarkable happening in the last couple of days. both candidates have been asked and referred
. there are serious questions what happened in libya and absence of security and what's our middle east policy. but romney's missteps have given the president more camouflage than he would have expected. we will learn more next week when we have the rumble in the rocky mountains. >> that column, a conservative column asking for more details has been written every week by somebody about mitt romney the last six months. >> also says a leadership vacuum, republicans i talk to say this is no longer about keeping score on policy, not about ideology, this is about can you see this person being president for another four years or for the first time. that's what they're facing. >> on the question of empathy, isn't it too late for mitt romney to change the way people view him? he began the campaign june 2nd, 2011. the country knows who he is for the most part. by sending ann romney out, talking about the health care plan in massachusetts, how that covered more people than not, can he change the way people look at him? >> i don't know. i think it depends on the debate and what happens in the debate will
over the last year and a half, places like egypt and tunisia and libya, is this what's happening, a continuation of that, or is there a different dynamic there? >> it is a continuation of that, but we should also mention that it is the longest and one of the deadliest of these arab springs so far. at least 20,000 people have been killed so far here, and the international community appears still to be at a loss on how to stop it, matt. >> ann curry on the syrian border this morning, ann, thank you very much. you can see more of ann's coverage from syria all week here on "today" and on the "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >> the day's other top stories with natalie morales. >> good morning to you. the spokesman to the taliban tells nbc news that they have a plan to kidnap or kill prince harry who is currently deployed in afghanistan. for now from the latest from kab kabul. >> reporter: the taliban spokesman referred to the british prince as a precious bird. they said that their priority is to abduct them, but if that doesn't work they say they will kill him, stating that the
was there. when it was time to make the call on how to handle egypt or handle libya, he was there in foreign policy. when it was time to step up and tell labor you are not going to get everything you want, you know, we got to go health care first, he could make the tough call not only to his adversaries but also to the people he needed to move forward with the country. i think credit markets frozen, the president boldly stood up and put his presidency on the line, and said we are going to do something here for american workers. we are going to save this industry and not a popular decision at the time and -- this is something that they just cannot talk enough about because of the trickle down effect it has in the economy. plastics. rubber. glass. all kinds of manufacturing. the ag dollar turns over 11 times on main street. automobile dollar turns over ten times on main street. this is a big deal. >> chris matthews, in terms of what ed is say being what was going on four years ago, crazy was say being that, how come the democrats bobble this question when it first came up for them this weekend
about starting wars on six fronts, basically. he wished we had gotten out front in libya, had taken stronger action in iran, he said we should be out front in syria, tougher on afghanistan in staying longer and also in iraq. we should be more confrontational with the russians and with the chinese. what does that mean to talk like that? >> well, i think it's actually dangerous discussion. what we need to do is to work across the board with countries in order to lower the threats of force. we always keep every option on the table. but the idea that we would get ourselves involved in more of these issues, and if you remember, chris, former secretary of defense, bob gates said that any secretary of defense or president that was prepared to start another war should have his head examined. >> i'm with him. thank you. the great madeleine albright, thank you for coming to us. let's get back to rachel. >> appreciate that. thank you. coming uch, if there's one thing that i know well from personal family experience, it's that you do not mess with nuns under any circumstances. sister simone cam
what is happening in libya. she is a tireless worker. with that said, israel is one of our greatest allies in the region. we need the prime minister to make sure that we can communicate. i have visited israel. the amount of stress that country is under, there is no one -- the want to make sure that iran does not have a nuclear weapon. >> response. >> we have a very special relationship with israel. their faith in the u.s. is of utmost importance to us. it is important because we need an ally in that region that is democratic and one dedicated to the rule of law. there has been a bipartisan approach. it does work for both party administration's. it is not something that should be politicized. what this is about is who you think should be commander in chief. i want to see president obama stay as commander in chief. i want to work with him. >> i will move on to our next question. we will start with ms. warren. academic researchers report that the u.s. has more than 100,000 janitors with college degrees. 16,000 degree holding parking lot attendants. evidence that some say that not every
and attacks from libya to egypt to yemen to pakistan, just in the last few days. we see this debate over how islam is supposed to deal with dissent, how islam is supposed to do with other kinds of people, how islam is supposed to do with this agreement and also to deal with insult. it's clearly a very offensive but the question is how do you respond to them, what constructively do you do about that? and this was on my mind a few years ago as i wrote this book. i felt that this is a single day that eliminates a lot of the ongoing struggles in our world. that's what i wanted to go there, and i'm sad to say that some of the places and people that i detected in the book have been caught up again in about protests in the last few days. >> what's the genesis of this book? you tell the story about why you wrote this book. >> yeah, i'm a reporter. i started going to the city of karachi, pakistan in 2002. at first is just a place that has to on the way to cover the war in afghanistan. later in the place i was assigned to spendable bit of time and i didn't like it at all. it's more than 13 million peo
, iranian president ahmadinejad and friday leadership from libya. speeches and others throughout the week on c-span and online at >>> house industry experts recently before a house ways and means subcommittee to discuss funding cuts to the medicare advantage program under the health care law. karen ignani president and ceo of america's health insurance plans told members that the organization has serious concerns over the scale and scope of the reductions. this is about an hour 20 minutes. >> the subcommittee will come to order. today we will hear testimony regarding the current role of medicare health plans and looked at the future of how these plans can continue to effectively serve medicare beneficiaries. as you know we'll be having votes earlier than expected. to in the interest of time and to insure we hear the witness's testimony, i ask unanimous consent that my opening statement be made part of the record. without objection so ordered. i would also ask that we do, that if we do get interrupted by votes, i ask the members to return so we can finish questions. also, befor
to the bottom of exactly what is happening in libya. we will pursue the attackers, the assassins, bring them to justice. it is a murky situation and it is important to get the facts right. that is exactly what we are in the process of doing. it is important to get the facts before you decide to jump to conclusions. i know it is very unfortunate early on in this process that the republican presidential candidate tried to exploit these tragedies for political purpose. >> [inaudible] >> the administration said from the beginning was the important thing was to get the facts. a that is what they are working on right now. the president has been abundantly clear that we will track down the killers and bring them to justice. >> [inaudible] >> the house passing the bill does not deduce a law. that is just a way of giving an excuse to the american people when their taxes go up or when these cuts and all of these different programs from the national defence to the domestic programs and the medicare providers, just to say, i am not responsible. i am just as the speaker. it doesn't solve the problem. the
diplomatic posts in libya and egypt. like many of my colleagues, i am outraged and saddened by the brutal murder of four courageous americans in a cowardly, unconscionable attack on the united states consulate in been gaza, libya, their families families -- benghazi, libya. their families thoughts are in my prayers. these brave diplomats were patriots and professionals putting their lives on the line to advance american ideas and interests. their vital work is done daily by countless americans, diplomats abroad who serve in every corner of the world. in my own visit to libya last year, with a number of my colleagues, including senators mccain and senator graham, i saw the vital work and the accomplishment of such brave americans on the ground in great peril and severe danger. i also saw their sense of satisfaction and patriotism in the work that they are doing and i add my voice to my colleagues in asking for more support for security, enhanced safeguards and protection for our diplomats in these kinds of situations. they go about their work with understated perseverance and determination
this warning for those it responsible for the murders of american diplomats in libya, justice will be done. here's the president. >> acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this it great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for. today we mourn for more americans who represent the very best of the united states of america. we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act and make no mistake, justice will be done. >> as the story continues to unfold, we're getting in new information into what may have prompted attacks in egypt and libya and may have more to do with the anniversary of 9/11 than with a movie that insulted the muslim faith. looking at the consulate, that was after the mob attack. it wase our americans lost their lives. youeard jill dougherty lkg about how they died. among them, the u.s. ambassador libsther stevens. this was cairo, ypt last night as aob atackedur embassy there. they tore down the amenand shre. waoring in senior international correspondent nick robertson. he's in london. what ca
is the libyan government. people of libya appreciate what we did for them couple years ago. and it's a mob, no different in egypt is a disservice to our own long term national interests all to help the president get re-elected. >> credit the the folks at uni vision that had president obama on. 42 asked him a simple question. why wasn't the administration better prepared for more security at our embassys on september 11th. president's answer ran 2 minutes and 52 seconds, i would love to play it but we can't. he never asked the question. he mourned the death of our ambassador. he never answered with a y there wasn't better security. >> questions about the ties between the obama department of justice and a liberal media watchdog group. >> an investigation into the bungled gun money operation reveals more details. and internal department of justice females prove a collaboration between doj officials and liberal media matters to attack critics. what does it all mean? details next. on news watch [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pai
♪ ] >> cenk: muslims in egypt and libya and all across the world are angry about this movie called "innocence of muslims." we'll show you a couple of pieces why they're deeply offended and what nonsense this movie is. watch. >> put your head between my thighs. do you see the devil still? >> yes. [ sobbing ] >> cenk: it is one of the most poorly acted movies, and that is muhammed right there that they're showing. they're not supposed to show muhammed. why am i showing a piece of it? i don't care if it offends the religious. i am not religious. i don't have to listen to your rules. i'm not muslim. why do i care if i think muhammed should be depicted or not. it doesn't mean that the argument doesn't have any intellectual argument to make. here they are accusing the muhammed of pedophilia. >> we shall loot the goods and anything else. >> what about the children, master? you know, some of us-- >> use whom you wish of the children. the rest shall be sold as slaves for more horse as soon as if if you want to do a takedown of islam there is nothing wrong with it. it should be perfectly fine thing to
to reboot his campaign. after the crisis of libya where he made himself look inept in foreign policy issues. now this. he was supposed to give specifics. when will we get specifics and when there will there be an affirmative message that we can construct the campaign. >> it's areel hard to remember the last time the romney campaign had a good day. you know, something where he wasn't tripped up or thrown off message. i suppose you could say every time a jobs report comes out and it's not good news, that's a good day for the romney campaign. but a day where he did something that made things good for him is hard to remember. the thing you have to keep in mind is that things keep getting worse for romney. they don't keep getting better for obama but by default. the president has been invisible because romney has hogged the spotlight with his mishaps. that's always been the winning formula for the romney campaign. when all the attention is on romney they win. you have to imagine obama gets dragged back into the frame and he has to have something to do with the selection as well. >> eliot: the fo
..- natsit's triggered violence in several areas... incluuing libya... where 4 americans were killed tuesday... including the u-s ambassador to libya.the obama administration is still investigating the attacks to determine if they were spontaneous... or part of a long-forming plan. but it's still unclear how to reduce tension in countries with a u-sspresence. 1:09 bolton says: "backing away from the filmmis not going to eeiminate the hatred or extremism. (butt to) the harder they push, the more we apologize, they'll just push more."-butt to-1:00- 1:00 yates says: "i think it's very very important not to disengage from this vital region, we just have to find a military invasions."olve invasions."secretaryyof state hillary clinton is making muslii regions. the embassy in islamabad clossd down tooay... as a precaution ahead of more planned protests. with less than 60 days to go before the presidential election... governor o'malley is stumping in iowa... and some are wondering about his true intentions. o'malley says he is in the residential proving ground to help iowans ele
to the iranian nuclear activity and recent violent attacks in libya and egypt. mitt romney is criticizing the president for a comment he made on 60 minutes. romney accused the president of minimizing recent events in the middle east >> i was pretty certain and continue to be pretty certain that there will be bumps in the road. >> we need an administration that is up to shaping events and not seeing them as the bumps in the road >> ny house spokesperson called the comments desperate and offensive clarifying the president was referring to middle east unrest in general. among the leaders in new york was the iranian president who is already creating controversy. during a meeting yesterday he accused the u.s. of shielding the israeli government that he called a fake regime. that prompted the israeli delegation to get up and leave. he also says the u.s. missy is freedom of speech by allowing the production of the anti islamic video. >> the u.s. supreme court could announce as soon as today whether it will take up same-sex marriage. one of them involves proposition 8, a voter approved measure th
we just went through in libya. >> john: exactly. sandie, tell us where people can follow you. >> i have sandie follow me on twitter at sandie richards. it is with an i-e sandie, i-e not a y. you know, i'm so proud of secretary clinton and i want to talk about also susan rice who is our u.n. ambassador and both of these women are doing all they can to keep the world safer for women. because believe me, if mitt romney's end game is he wants to get elected president then go to work against what? libya or egypt or what does he want to do? with what army. because as a pastor, there are methodist soldiers who can't even return to church because of what they have seen and what they have been through. it distances them from the rest of us. and it has. they're so traumatized. it is just heartbreaking. >> john: we'll be right back with lots more on "the stephanie miller show." thank you sandie. lot of the things about the election is overanalyzed and i feel that a lot of people, they're going to vote for w
made a fool of himself pouncing on the tragedy in libya. >> bill: so the -- we talked mainly about -- and i guess the real meat of the video is mitt's comments about the 47%, right? and it was just incalculatable to the romney campaign? and you realized this was the nugget? >> right. republicans complain half of americans don't pay taxes all the time, even though it is misleading. mitt romney characterized 47% of the country as people who don't want to take care of themselves or their lives. that's shocking to see somebody who wants to be president dismiss half of the country as freeloaders. >> bill: we want to think they care about everyone. reaching out and fighting for every american. which is the point president obama made last night on the david letterman show. and certainly it seems if you are campaigning for president you would expect them to reach out to everybody. >> right. that's what is so shocking about it. and why mitt romney isn't out on the campaign trail saying half of the country sucks, which he said in this closed doors fund raiser. and this i
while we're -- in a time of risk when we have people over in egypt and libya you know, their lives are at stake and she's making a political statement about it, people are ready for somebody that isn't just looking for the rock star. somebody who isn't trying to create headlines but actually creating jocks and solutions for the -- creating jobs and solutions for the district. >> jennifer: what are your polls telling you, do you actually have a chance? >> oh, yeah, definitely. polls tell us if the people get to know me, we win this election. right now, we're neck and neck. we're virtually in a tie. our i.d., our identification of who i am, what i stand for is going up every day. every day goes up, we pick up all of the persuadables, all of the independents that are looking for something different looking for a real solution. >> jennifer: that's encouraging. moderate republicans should be yours for the taking. i want to play a clip from your latest campaign ad. >> after the fire at the mill, michele bachmann never c
romney were asked after the attacks in libya you struck out immediately with what appeared to be an overtly political response. should you have demonstrated some reserve? you think he's going to be afraid of that question. how should he respond? >> i think it was a pivotal moment in the campaign. we had a foreign policy crisis and there's been a traditional notion that politics stops at the water's edge. he and his campaign had a very trigger response to that that looked very political. i think -- i think it shifted a lot of people -- we're looking to see how he would act as president. i think what he's going to do, i think what he's likely to do, in this case, the environment favors a sort of response. where in this case he can double down. he's going to say you know, what i was concerned about was people's lives and it was and is a dangerous situation and it is deteriorating further as we see now. and so what we need in our diplomacy and at a time like this is not reserve. but we need bold action to make s
libya to egypt to yemen and pakistan and the last few days. we see this debate over how islamist supposed to deal with dissent and other kinds of people and this agreement and also it was an offensive foul on the question is how to respond to that what do you do about that. this was on my mind as i wrote this book. it is a single day that eliminates a lot of the ongoing struggles in the world. that's what i wanted to go there and some of the places and people i depicted have been caught up again in the last few days. >> what is the genesis of the book? you tell the story of why you wrote the book. >> i am a reporter and i started going to the city of karachi pakistan in 2002. there was a place i would pass through covering nine war to afghanistan. >> i would spend a little bit of time and i didn't like it at all. it's a huge city more than 13 million people by the conservative estimate a lot more. the streets are why the and the traffic is from this. i was going to cover a court proceeding related to the death of "the wall street journal" last daniel pearl said it is a scary plac
anniversary of occupy right now. that almost looks like what happened last week in libya and cairo, and we're talking about the occupy forces moving out. >> stephanie: yeah, they are exactly the same. >> how many were killed? >> stephanie: yeah. >> this looks like the arabs -- wow, looks just like it. [ applause ] >> stephanie: he is not the doociest. >> that would be his son. >> stephanie: okay. theda in detroit. >> caller: yeah, i was going to talk about that lady in chicago, but you know that song don't you love me baby. that's a really sad song. >> stephanie: yes. yes. >> caller: she could solve her % problem if she is not racist marry her son to a really nice black and then he could always be full, and he could even bring some home. >> stephanie: exactly. problem solver. see we're helpers on the "stephanie miller show." >> a girl with an escalade. >> stephanie: a girl with an escalade full of too much food. colonel wayne powell is next on the "stephanie miller show." she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." currenttv
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